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Preparing a philologist for specialized communication: LSP and specialized translation

Elżbieta Gajewska

Elżbieta Gajewska

Perspectives on LSP

During the studies, the philologist can meet specialist varieties of the studied language through classes of practical learning of specialized languages, but also during classes of specialized translations. The study covers the education programs of the six most popular philologies (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian and Italian) at 22 Polish universities. The aim of this article is to compare the presence of classes focused on the practical learning of specialist languages and classes in specialized translation in philological studies programs at Polish universities: the occurrence of such classes and their thematic scope.

LSP, specialized translation, philology, study programs, philologists’ education

DOI: 10.47050/66515796.54-109

The article is a chapter of the publication: Perspectives on LSP teacher training in Poland.